Articles by Christine Reh

03 2021

The European Commission is no longer technocratic – it takes public opinion seriously

Christine Reh
Often labelled technocratic and expertise-driven, the Commission’s ‘unelected bureaucrats’ in fact take public opinion seriously. When facing crises, the Commission uses agenda-priorities to respond to citizens’ cues, write Christel Koop, Christine Reh and Edoardo Bressanelli
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Christine Reh
Professor of European Politics and Dean of Graduate Programmes at the Hertie School in Berlin

Christine's work focuses on the European Union’s institutions, politics and legitimacy.

She is particularly interested in decision-making, informal governance, politicisation and the possibility of legitimate governance beyond the state.

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